i feel so bad, would you like to come off anon? x
sorry what did you send, if it was regarding the kayla book then i made a post about that but if not, sometimes the messages don’t come through.. i try to reply to everyone but i don’t every night, depends on how busy i am, just send again lovely :)
no sorry i haven’t but tell me if they are good. :)
Taking a stand against patriarchy is much easier if you’re well-educated, have a stable income, and live in a community where you could theoretically find an educated, employed man to marry. For poor, uneducated women, especially those who have kids, the question of whether to get married looks a lot different: It’s the choice between raising children on one or two incomes, between having someone to help with household chores and child-rearing alone while working multiple jobs.
And that’s the big difference: For a poor woman, deciding whether to get married or not will be a big part of shaping her economic future. For a wealthier woman, deciding whether to get married is a choice about independence, lifestyle, and, at times, “fighting the patriarchy.” There’s a cognitive dissonance in Ehrenreich’s straight-up dismissal of the economic benefits of marriage, because the statistics tell an awkward truth: Financially, married women tend to fare much better than unmarried women."
Holy shit X Factor what her voice I’m dead
Right now I’m doing kayla itsines book. But I also have listed exercises I do and love in my health/life/fitness tab. Under exercises I do or love I think. It’s a combination of hiit plyometrics, pilates, walking and running :) but way more detail is on the page